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mcdonough who will apologize for the problems with . he says the website is functioning better since the october one launch. he spoke at georgetown university. former also hear from democratic senator, tom daschle. [applause] , it is nice to see all of you this morning on a wonderful morning to talk about a very important subject about this country. is achair keith -- cherokee chief indian once said, timing is everything. right now. implementation of the affordable care act, opportunities and challenges. we have an excellent program today. we have two terrific speakers. we have denis mcdonough and tom daschle. we also have a panel that will be moderated with a number of distinguished people on the panel. that will be the day. we will have an opportunity for some questions and answers along the road. that introduced the chief of staff of the white house, denis mcdonough. it is one said and they assume the northern great planes spirit of denis mcdonough exists. it is perfect for any chief of staff of the white house at any time. he said we were basically people who taught
the hearing this morning. we see the headlines and everything going wrong in healthcare. but sometimes we forget that there are some things that actually are going okay. there are things this committee and previous congresses have worked on, and that's one of the things we are going to be discussing this morning. sometimes we are so busy triaged and that we don't allow ourselves the luxury of things working as intended. my opinion is medicare advantage is working, and it's important to hold hearings like this to learn from those successes and see where we can build upon those successes and where the potential threats that are undermining the benefits and services that now over 25% of seniors are experiencing and how those might be threatened. medicare advantage allows integrated care coordination to community font to bring in for medicare. athe plans are lower in cost. they are bringing management to the care coordination to patients lives and encouraging wellness activities and actually using physicians to the maximum ability of their license rather than always referring to a specialist.
health-care coverage, with millions receiving cancellation notices, and millions more facing premium rate shock, and others left to wonder if their applications on or even successful. this morning where going to focus on how the health care could be affected by the changes in the president's health care plan. the president's health care law cut over $700 billion from the already struggling medicare program to fund the flawed new entitlement. included in the cuts were over $300 billion in direct and indirect cuts to the medicare advantage program, and many of these cuts start in 2014. medicare's managed care program currently provides coverage for more than 14 million americans, over a quarter of all medicare beneficiaries. these patients choose medicare advantage plans over traditional medicare for a variety of reasons, including improved cost-sharing, enhance benefits, better care coordination, and higher quality of care. millions of americans, especially those with lower incomes, medicare advantage is a better option for delivering their care, and frankly their choice. wh
to healthcare for women in africa, he promoted reproductive health in the united states and around the world. and he asked the tough questions those who obstructed women's progress and rights even when it didn't make news. so i'm especially delightd that we honor a dear friend of mine that bears his name. years been nearly to since i joined secretary clinton conferenceth world on women and her simple universal message human rights and women'srights rights are human rights became women denied many the opportunity to live with freedom and dignity. day in beijing is now a waterhead moment in the history of the women's rights movement. before that defining speech and ever since, hillary has been frontiers of human back againstshing inequality around the world and here at home. understands that women rights are human rights but also women's progress is human progress because we all benefit when women have the chance to in everyte fully aspect of life. the world needs the wisdom and strength and vision of all its people, not half. people say that democracy for all its limitations is the force for
. the cost would not keep up with healthcare cost and more would come out with seniors and they would lose the healthcare they currently have. >> ibb that is important for congress to assure the security for seniors. my apolitical answer which is hard to do in washington i'm sure is to say this is about patient care. >> yes or no. >> be integrated and coordinated care system development whether through that program. >> would you review the proposal? >> we don't generally take positions on legislation. we let you do that but there is there's anumber of technical qus and issues that have been raised about the cost shifting that what happened to the medicare beneficiaries that are important to answer before any change to a very popular program were made. >> i believe that the idea of using a voucher type system which is very a ten to what is being done in the medicare base already is a good idea. >> that republican paul ryan budget included provisions to repeal the affordable care act including the important reforms to medicare, the closing of the coverage gap known as the doughnut hole and p
and working together to ensure small firms secure equality affordable healthcare. today we will do just that by hearing from witnesses about a complicated issue. the health care law includes an employer mandate that requires businesses with more than 50 full-time employees to provide health insurance. the goal is to discourage employers from dropping coverage and leaving employees on their own to find insurance. with enforcement of the rules have been delayed until 2015 many small employers must begin adopting now. this hearing will focus on a particular area of the law that many may not be familiar with. the business aggregation rules. traditionally it has been to treat business as a single employee or for the purpose of retirement plans. this isn't new. we have used them and it's on the books when it comes to benefit plans. this tax rule was incorporated into if our witnesses today will help walk us through this complicated standard and how best to educate the owners with new careful planning and proper outreach, small employers may avoid many pitfalls when complying with new obligati
things, healthcare has gone up substantially, real wages have essentially be frozen. you are all familiar with the budget problems we face. there is a growing disparity between the haves and have notes in our society and that should concern all of us over time. and all of these things are in some ways interrelated to the question of economic growth. so if i just had to pick one thing, i would agree with what jon had to say. what is our comparative advantage? how do we grow this economy in a very competitive world? and in particular, how do we empower, not just give but empower sit citizens through hard work and thrift to enjoy. so fruits of that growth. particularly the third that aren't getting the educations. the kids that aren't getting the quality quality of education they need to be economically relevant in an innovative competitive global economy. i also suspect you are probably a little more concerned about rising oceans than we are in indiana. kind of put that on the list. but that would be my take on it. >> good afternoon. i'm senator terry bonner from minnesota. i joined new lab
wilson, the white house bureau chief. we are talking about recent fores, criticism received please give us a call. the phone numbers are on the screen. of course, we will also be taking your comments on e-mail, facebook, and twitter. as folks are calling in, we want to ask you about this headline in october. talk about the inattention to detail that you see here. guest: a couple things have come up recently with the national security agency eavesdropping disclosures. he said he was not aware the united states was eavesdropping on a german chancellor's personal cell phone. the glitches to the health care website is another that he has acknowledged he was not prepared for. on their own, these may seem relatively minor, but added up, you get the perception of a white house and a management team that is trying to do a lot of different things at the same time and not necessarily paying attention to the implementation of these major policy issues, whether national security in the case of the nsa, or whether it is his health care law, which is legacy. is it people not wanting
the authority to amend the taxes which the affordable healthcare tax is according to the supreme court what is to prevent him from just amending the any tax to his liking. mr. turley weigh in on this if you would. >> i have to agree first of all oon the remark about article on, as i said before it is true that they are all equal branches, but the framers spent most of their time on congress because it is something harder than the madisonian system. it's where the magic happens and that is to take those interests that the strike countries and turned them into a majoritarian compromise. when we get to the issue of taxes, that is one of the most divisive issues facing the country. so when someone comes before the congress and says i want my group to be excluded, it obviously produces a great deal of heat. some people say how about my group, how long should this apply? it is the most divisive issue raised in congress and that is why it was given to the congress so that type of issue would be subject to the transformative process of the legislation. >> so do you belief that that would be unlawfu
30 deadline for the website. series, first ladies' features the life of betty ford. >> on the next washington journal, republican of kansas on healthlementation of the care law. then congressman gregory meeks, democrat of new york. with ks about the deal iran over the country's nuclear program. scott patterson on the volcker rule and how it implemented. live every morning at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> president obama's use of power related to the health care law. immigration policies and drug laws. coverage ofour live the hearing starting at 10:00 c-span 2.rn on are you walk in, there tables in front with lots of pamphlets, prior to entering the gun show. temperature pamphlet is how the take ment is trying to away the right to own guns, obama is doing that and obama is that and obama care is awful. talk to them. they said, who are you? i'm an academic, a researcher. research about these organizations and ideas. i study men who believe this stuff. and a bunch of them said -- they looked at me suspiciously and and i said, tions look here's what i am. don't get i
that eat up all of the cost of healthcare are the ones that ought to be protected by having appropriate acuity adjusted payments for the physician groups that are managing it in a way that supports better outcomes for transparency all of the store managers are positive that support quality performance outcomes and pay accordingly based on managing the sickest seniors. >> thank you ranking member for having a hearing today and the us is foassist for taking the to testify. we are critical that they have low to moderate incomes and complex healthcare needs my first question is it did extend the life of medicare by putting more money on medicare and the yes or no answer to that but it actually extended the life of medicare. >> i have no knowledge of the fact. >> i don't study the trust fund. >> i think that's -- we may have a difference of opinion but i think that's acknowledged it did extend the life of medicare with the affordable care act. mr. baker in your testimony you discussed changes to medicare advantage under the affordable care act that included policies to make the medicare adva
and current status of the website. effect health care was the most completely shoot he'd ever dealt with. he is all by former senate majority leader tom daschle his remarks focus on the unique challenges of making the american health care system more affordable and effective. >> well, matt and ed, thank you do much but it's nice to see all of you this morning on a wonderful morning to talk about a very import subject for this country. a cherokee indian chief once said that success of a rain dance events a lot on timing. timing is everything, isn't it? pattani to talk about this subject is right now. the implementation of the affordable care act, opportunities and challenges. and we have i think an actual program today. we have two really terrific speakers, chief of staff of the white house denis mcdonough, from a jury of the u.s. senate tom daschle and then we have a panel that would be moderated by former senator bob bennett with the number of distinguished people on the panel. so that would be a day. we will have opportunity for some questions and answers along the road, let
and to get the healthcare they deserve to have, we know that societies benefit. where women and girls can participate in peace making and peace building as full members of society trying to resolve conflicts, we know that resolution is more likely to be sustained. it's a great honor for me to have this award. but it is a reminder of how much more we have yet ahead of us to accomplish. to make sure that tom's dream, tom's life, the examples of the award recipients with us and those unable to come, bring out in each of us our own commitments to what we will do to further the cause of human rights, universal human rights for every man, woman, boy and girl in the world. it is certainly what tom would expect us to do to hold high his ideals and by accepting this award and knowing that tom would not let me off the hook, otherwise, it is something that i will continue to be committed to in every way that i can with every fiber of my being. because the kind of world we want is a world in which the nelson mandelas and the tom lantos's can be proud. thank you very much. >> i'm very honored to have
, but with this healthcare law, surely you cannot point to whatt the congress intended to be these intricate provisions because many of them did not read or understand it. >> mr. cannon is claiming that it was the intention. it was intentional and purposeful of congress to come through the wall. >> we recognize the gentleman from texas. >> thank you mr. chairman and in all of the witnesses. it's good to see some of you back. i don't remember all of you otherwise it would be all of you. but if you would suppose with me that you are in a town hall back in the congressional district and you had in elementar an elel child a student stand up and ask this question i would like to know how each of you would answer this child's question. what right does the house of representatives have two pick and choose what type of government gets funding, what is the response? start with professor turley. >> i'm sorry the last part of the question? was right does the house of representatives have to pick and choose what part of the government gets funded? >> i think the answer is clear. the order of the three branches are
a health-care stporterrom he hfingn >> thanks for being with us. >> my pleasure. >> healthcare obviously a big topic in the news. what pastor of the affordable care act affects medicaid recipients. >> this is supposed to be a fairly simple question the a fairly simple question to answer. $15,000 and change that we're supposed to secure coverage for anyone. they did not have to be disabled. it is a patchwork of requirements in all of the states and d.c. the supreme court upheld the rest of the law last year saying states could opt out of the extension. about half the states are doing it. host: why only half the states? guest: it is almost entirely a partisan issue. there are a couple of republican governors they got behind this and a few democrats that were not able to get their legislators on board with it. there are a lot of reasons cited by opponents of the expansion. mainly it comes down to money. the government is paying the entire cost of the expansion. states will pick up 10% in future years. for some states, that 10% is more than they wanted to spend. host: we are talking to jeffr
of the website that the vast majority of folks can use the website. if you have questions or comments, give us a call. phone lines are open. as folks are calling in, news from last week on the supreme court taking up cases that have to do with pieces of the affordable care act, what are the biggest cases we're looking at? guest: the big one we will see the supreme court take up his this case of dealing with whether for-profit companies at no cost to their employees or the law requires that. it requires insurance plans to offer no charge contraception. religious extensions get an exception. it creates a workaround. but there are for-profit companies saying they should get the exemption as well because of their religious believes. the main one is hobby lobby where they brought this case. we expect the supreme court to take up and will on next year. that is really a thing that has attracted a lot of attention in congress. host: the timeline for this, oral arguments likely in march. what is the white house response to the supreme court taking up these cases? guest: it ministra
of a book on replacing the portable care act and the co-author of a book on healthcare reform. i would like to thank all of the witnesses today. each of the written statements will be entered into the record in its entirety and i ask that each witness summarized his or her summary in five minutes or less to stay within the timeframe there is a timing light on your table. when the light switches from green to yellow, you will have one minute to conclude your testimony. when the light turns red if signals that the five minutes have expired and we will turn first to professor turley. >> thank you mr. chairman, ranking member conyers and members of the committee. it's an honor to be invited to speak with you today. about the meaning of the clause. forgive my voice. i'm getting over a cold. but i hope to make it through this without having a coughing fit. this is obviously a difficult area of the constitutional interpretation as the ranking member pointed out. this is not the first time that we have dealt with this question. it is also difficult for some of those that have been to agree with the
of months. and our focus had to shift towards working 24/7 to fix the web site, where people can buy affordable insurance plans. and today, the web site is working well. more problems may pop up, as they always do when you are launching something new and when they do, we'll fix those, too. but what we know that just after the first month, despite all the problems in the rollout, about half a million people across the country are poised to gain health care coverage in marketplaces and medicaid on january 1, some for the very first time. we know that. \[applause] and that number is increasing every day and it's going to keep growing and growing and growing because we know there are 41 million people out there without health insurance and we know there are a whole bunch of folks out there who are underinsured and we know the demand is there and we know the product on these marketplaces are good and provides choice and competition for people that allow them, in some cases for the very first time, to have the security that health insurance can provide. you know, the bottom line is
of the affordable care act for reduce in growth in health-care costs combined with the steady job creation we have seen for so many months reinforces a number of things. continuing to focus on those trends, making them move in the right direction, and increasing job growth even further. with that, i will take questions. >> on the president's travels to africa for the nelson mandela services, could you give us specific details of what the timing might be? there is a memorial service close to the funeral. and will the president invite former u.s. presidents to accompany him? >> thank you for those questions. i should have noted that for those of you that did not hear the president speak in the wake of the news of president mandela 's death, i will point you to those remarks. all i can say is that president obama and the first lady will go to south africa next week to pay their respects to the memory of nelson mandela and participate in memorial events. this point, i don't have more information on logistics. that is all being worked out. , i refer youthers to them at this time. we hope to have it fai
stepping up the health-care benefit for servicemembers during that period. they stepped up the housing allowance benefit, and that is not where the politics on the hill are with spending these days. i think that is a critical part of the discussion, the rate of growth on personnel costs will not be what it was the past 10 or 12 years. host: a major story estimates that roughly $92,000 is the annual personnel cost per active-duty member. when we say personnel cost, what is being counted with that number? guest: that is an important question because the pentagon accounting methods are arcane and confusing. what we did here to avoid the fuzzy math issue, we look at specifically the line item in the budget called military personnel. what this includes is active- duty pay, active-duty housing allowance because some of your viewers may know the military provides a tax-free stipend for housing for servicemembers, which in the washington area can be over $2000 per month. that also includes retirement accrual. there is a generous retirement account for people serving over 20 years, and some hea
. >> saturday with the deadline set by the administration to fix the website. at a press briefing the spokesman took questions about the site. you can see the briefing on c- here is a look. >> there were reports over the weekend on this that this of the website. basically, they said the problems are over but there are other problems. thethey comfortable with level they have been operating at. >> the president to leave the site has been significantly believes the site has been significantly improved. the teams have worked for weeks now to make those improvements, including significant improvements over the weekend, but a work is not done. said for some time, there have been issues we need to address and will continue to do that. with the improvements made over the weekend, we believe the website is and will function effectively for the vast majority of users, and each day we will continue to take steps to make further improvements to is enhanced for users every day. >> teachers are saying there is a problem on the back end where , --s are able to and role for folks able t
're afraid of people discriminating against us, employer discrimination or healthcare discrimination or long-term disability care discrimination, if we think it's an offense to our dignity because it's tied one who we are as people and other people knowing information about us is really problematic to us, then we need to think about some use restrictions and some regulations around misuse of genetic information. but access restrictions, not just in this area, but probably in lots of area of information, are going to be very difficult to enforce, but it raises a very important question for us, which is, should we care about trying to keep our genetic information secret, all of our genomes are riddled with problems, and are we going to get to a place where we're not as concerned but we're trying to have a different conversation about concerns about discrimination based on our genetic code? >> i want to throw one other example in before we finally get to another question. there's another kind of information you get from d.n.a., and many some people, including me, have paid to get ancestral info
at ways we could improve the implementation of healthcare so it is great to know finally that we are moving on repealing obamacare to finding the common ground to make it work because that is the law of the land. >> thank you ranking member. with that, the hearing is now adjourned. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] news this morning that the u.s. economy added 203,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate and fell to 7% and is the lowest in about five years and exceeds analysts prediction. releasing figures earlier today and reaction from capitol hill house speaker john boehner issued a statement saying today's report includes signs that should discourage calls for more emergency government stimulus. instead what are you coburn economy needs is to get government out of the way. senate majority leader harry reid as we continue to gather steam now is not the time for washington to put on the brakes. the actions we take could make the difference between getting a job were not. yesterday randy weingarten in the head of the american federation of teachers spoke w
was asked about people encountering problems at here is a look. >> getting back to the backend process you said you were confident that these issues would be worked out before january 1 but obviously you can't guarantee there might be some folks out there who might see potentially a gap in their coverage because they thought they were insured at their enrollment package did not get to the insurance company properly so can the administration guarantee people that if they get a hospital or medical help for thousands of dollars that should have been covered under obamacare is with this prudential gap in coverage that was an overtly cause because of computer problems that they won't have to pay that bill? >> first of all there is not an insurance policy called obama karen i think it's important to the viewers that they understand their purchasing private insurance. first of all. secondly the general contract of queue ssi has stood up a team of experts working closely already with insurers to make sure that every 834 form past and present is accurate in time for janua
and over again and what i found in nigeria was a lean 9%, 91%, particularly when healthcare is primarily faith based, getting money grants from the u.s. government. it was very disconcerting to me. the services for getting support and we saw when we went to the transfiguration church a week before that, i understand cardinal mccarrack celebrated mass there. we celebrated communion. it was a church without a roof, completely blown off and destroyed and unfortunately it will have to be rehab. i encourage you that every dollar spent their does get multiplied because of the unbelievable commitment that has nothing to do with money and everything to do with service for service sake and also because of the multiplier effect of the volunteers that are included in the operation. you can take that back if you want to respond. the recovery must be sustainable and know that you have friends and advocates here. it is bipartisan. the chairman, all of us i believe, if we know the need, your folks on the ground say cash for the work needs an additional push, let us know. we can try to increase the capa
. there are people who say we ought to not have medicare. the fact of the matter is the health-care bill is going to work, but it is interesting that when you ask a specific question , it passed in a bipartisan fashion overwhelmingly. health carethe good bill. that is the politics of the issue right now. >> will the gentle man yield? >> i would be glad to yield. not politics. it's what people are concerned about. right now more people in america are concerned about the choice they have for health care and how they will seek coverage for their family. it's not about politics. some things that do transcend washington partisan politics. we care about health care. republicans care about health care. democrats care about health care. right now there is a serious problem given the obama care law. we need to help people. that's what i am talking about, not talking about the politics of it. i am talking about what is on the minds of millions of americans as they lose the coverage they can afford. people int to help this country when it comes to >> theealth care. governor of kentucky spoke to us this morn
. and food. i mean, so that's why we talk a lot about wraparound services. notches healthcare services but breakfast, lunch and dinner. and as you see come you guys to talk about this before about the congress. one of the worst things the congress is doing right now is cutting the snap program. so when have the kids in public education, half of our kids come to school, our poor, in the south and the west is more than half. so that's why, look, i'm a big believer in we have to be the best you can be as schoolteachers. you heard what i said before that if somebody can't teach they shouldn't be there. we have to prepare teachers like finland prepares teachers. we have to value them. we have to actually have the common core, but do it right. delete testing at least for a while, but also make sure we of art and music and the tools that teachers need to the. we have the parents involved and engaged in welcoming safe, collective and private and we have to have the wraparound services because we are the first responders to poverty. and whether that is breakfast, lunch, and dinner like i saw at
, absolutely. doctor and your other health-care professionals are always say how important exercise is for keeping your weight where it should be. people who exercise tend to be healthier for lots of reasons. some of which we understand and many of which we do not. boston, new hampshire. charles for dr. eric green from nih in bethesda. caller: hello. .hank you for your research we appreciate you and everything your staff are doing. my questions are the following. where can the general public go and have a dna test? how much is the test? what are the ethics? i will wait for your answer off- line. guest: those are some terrific questions. to recognize is we have the capability of reading out the complete genome of an individual in a day or two. ende wnant end to sequencing, it would cost several thousands of dollars. the question is should we be doing that and in which cases. so much of what my institute does and what my staff thinks about and develops and researchers is trying to create youruture to answer questions more precisely. just because we can do something, we are not ready t
. absolutely. why your doctor and other healthcare professionals are saying how important thecise is both for keeping weight where it should be but also because it is clear. are e who exercise a lot healthier for lots of reasons, ome of which we understand and many which we don't understand all the biological reasons. caller is charles for dr. eric green who is in bethesda,om nih maryland. caller: hello, dr. green, we appreciate you and everything your staff is doing. are the following: general public and have a d.n.a. test and how much the test and what are the that in terms of information. i'll wait for your answer off line. are terrific questions. the first thing to recognize we now of capability reading out the complete genome in matter of a do or two and we wanted to end to end sequences it would cost several thousand dollars. he question is, should we be doing that and in which cases should we be doing that. you so much of what my institution does and my is thinking about and develop a research agenda around the future create through research to answer your questions more precise
is productive. i think they are trying to fight the battle on the health-care live coverage begins at 4:00 a.m. eastern. upset with the press, oo, because they cover my mental health work the first me meetings i had. then he never showed up anymore. mental health is not a sexy issue. we toured the country, found out what was needed, develop legislation. past the mental health system act of 1980. it passed through congress one month before jenny was involuntarily retired from the white house. >> tonight at 9:00 eastern on c- span and c-span3. >> the line is really the central circulatory system of our economy. connects what is that the economy in the united states. we are seeing data traffic increase at the rate of 40% per year. they connect all forms of communication, whether they originate in a wire environment or a wireless. >> the future of the communications industry with walter mccormick. tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern. >> they held their fall forum in washington last week. talked john huntsman about bipartisanship and partisanship. aware of them as a congress from both political problem
to left one if the application on for even successful. this morning we'll focus on how to health care of our nation seniors and disabled could be affected by the changes to the presence health care plan. president's health care law cut over $700 billion from the already struggling to medicare program to help fund a flawed new entitlement. included in the cuts were over 300 billion in direct and indirect reductions to the medicare advantage program, and many of these cuts will start in 2014. medicare has managed care program also managed care program also known as medicare advantage kind of provides coverage for more than 14 million americans over a corner of all medicare beneficiaries. these patients choose medicare advantage plans over traditional medicare for a variety of reasons including improved cost-sharing come in his benefits, medicare coordination, and, in fact, higher quality of care. for millions of americans, especially those with lower incomes, medicare advantage is a better option for delivering their care and, frankly, their choice. while medicare advanta
tax credits and subsidies on federally run health-care exchanges. could you please quickly walk me through by the president's plan to provide premium assistance on the poorly run exchanges is indeed illegal? gimmick we call those tax credits that in fact they are governed to subsidies and government spending at the statute is quite clear it was purposeful when it said that those premium assistance tax credits would be available only to people who purchasing health insurance through an exchange established by the state under section 13 of them. that isn't just one mention of the phrase. it's mentioned several times explicitly through cross-references and the statute is very tightly worded and it makes it clear those tax credits are available only if the state establishes an exchange itself and if the federal government established a federal fallback exchange those are not available because the exchange was under section 1321 and as the obama administration has acknowledged in the regulation. >> professor rosenkranz comes on the fenders have asserted that the actions were an exercise
of whether congress is productive. are trying to fight the battle on the health-care law and are being more of. host: >> the nationa national councile legislatures held its fall forum in washington, d.c. last week. former republican presidential candidate jon huntsman and democratic senator evan bayh talked about bipartisanship in politics. they are the co-chairs of no labels, national organization that works with members of congress from both political parties to solve problems. >> good afternoon. i am senator richard devlin from oregon come and i serve serve ae chair of the in csl standing committee. as all of you know, far too well, republicans and democrats on capitol hill have been unable to find common ground on a number of issues. just to name a few, the fiscal year 2014 budget. the farm bill, and immigration reform. reaching across the aisle has become more and more difficult, and principled compromise seems like a mountain too tall to climb. this morning i have the honor of introducing to national leaders who can hopefully help shed some light on how our legislative colleagues in w
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